1991 Volvo 740 Problem Reports

Newest 1991 Volvo 740 Problem Reports

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A faulty RPM sensor can cause the Check Engine Light to come on and cause a "No Start" condition.

When braking, a loose feeling from the front end can be caused by worn strut rod bushings. Worn bushings will require replacement. After they are replaced the wheel alignment should be checked.

The fuel pump relay may fail resulting in a "no start" condition, the engine will crank over but will not start and run. Checking for proper fuel pressure would be the first step in diagnosing this concern.

A rattling noise from under the vehicle can be caused by a loose exhaust header pipe heat shield. Properly securing the shield should correct this concern.

Engine stalling/stumbling problems can be caused by a failing mass airflow sensor.

Transmission oil leakage from the rear output seal is common, caused by a worn output shaft bushing. Our technicians tell us both parts should be replaced to correct this concern.

The transmission overdrive relay often fails, preventing the transmission from shifting into overdrive
Delayed and/or erratic shifting can be caused by the transmission kick-down cable sticking. Since the oil pan has to be removed to replace the cable, have the shop replace the transmission filter at the same time